all writs act
63 Times the Feds Asked Apple and Google to Help Unlock Phones
The ACLU has found 63 publicly available court cases in which the government asked Apple or Google for ‘technical assistance’ to unlock a smartphone.
The Government Has Used the All Writs Act on Android Phones At Least 9 Times
Five different agencies have asked Google for help using the All Writs Act.
The DOJ Is Still Pursuing Apple Over an iPhone in New York
It’s a bizarre move to continue to pursue the New York case after retreating in the San Bernardino case.
Here’s How the FBI Might Unlock the San Bernardino iPhone Without Apple’s Help
After weeks of encryption battles, the government thinks it might not need Apple’s help after all.
The Convoluted Logic Behind Apple's 'Obstruction' of Law Enforcement
The Department of Justice is appealing Apple’s victory in the New York iPhone case.
Judge James Orenstein Has Something to Say
The encryption movement's new hero is standing up to law enforcement's push for an iPhone backdoor.
The Law in GIFs: Writ's Not You, Writ's Me
The government and Apple fight over an iPhone, the Librarian of Congress gives a thumbs up to security research, and the Senate does a CISA all over itself.
Feds Say Apple Has Unlocked Suspects' iPhones 'At Least' 70 Times in the Past
Apple is fighting a government request to unlock an old iPhone in a drug case.
Apple Resists Giving iPhone Data to Police
Apple told the court that handing data over under the All Writs Act would tarnish its brand.